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Issue 1101

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Gary Beales : All Of Me

Canadian soul singer Gary Beales releases a barnstorming single entitled ‘All Of Me’ ( no not a cover of John Legend or the jazz standard)

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Rony Breaker feat Chinua Hawk: Solid Ground (DJ Meme and Mannix Remixes) Dafia Records

Rony Breaker feat Chinua Hawk: Solid Ground (DJ Meme and Mannix Remixes) Dafia Records

Here comes part 2 of an already excellent original release, as Rony Breaker and Chinua Hawk’s "Solid Ground" gets a full makeover...

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STUART ZENDER : Happy Feelings feat. Omar & Ana Tijoux

Make no mistake about it Zender’s contribution to Jamiroquai’s early success saw him as a major player.

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Lakiko : what to do, How to live ?

Bosnian Beauty, Lakiko drops her debut album which is sung mainly in her native tongue.

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Sebah: Speak With Your Heart (Self-Released)

Sebah: Speak With Your Heart (Sebah)

French singer and guitarist Sebah releases his second solo album, “Speak With Your Heart”, comprised of 13 songs of a Caribbean soul and reggae disposition and just like his idol Bob Marley, his tunes are...

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The 2.19: We Will Get Through This

The 2:19: We Will Get Through This (Independent)

Irish blues band The 2:19 have produced a fine set of gutsy belters on their new album, “We Will Get Through This”. These songs were all written, arranged and rehearsed over four months and recorded live...

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Mike Bandoni : Lunar Vision

The Lunar Vision EP is a rather splendid offering courtesy of drummer /producer and composer Mike Bandoni.

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Blue Moka : Fill The Void

"Fill The Void" is the new single by Blue Moka, one of Italy’s most prominent Jazz quartets.

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Brooklyn Funk Essentials : Scream

It’s a sophisticated song too, with great chordal movement reminiscent of classic jazz funk.

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Sugaray Rayford: In Too Deep (Forty Below Records)

Sugaray Rayford is a giant of a man with a heart to match, gladly accepts the maintenance of both beat and melody as his personal responsibility. Oh, and he wants you to dance too!

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